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Travel Advisory Updates

Last updated 2:54 p.m., March 26, 2021.

The coronavirus pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to our lives. To help navigate it, we have curated this page with information on the current status of travel in North Carolina, the Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County area, how to support local business, and more. For traveler information, read below. For business partner information and resources, please go to our reopening guidelines page.

For latest hurricane information, please visit our local Emergency Management website here. Follow their Facebook page for frequent updates during an emergency.

The state of North Carolina's position on travel can be read here.
For COVID-19 vaccine information, visit NC Division of Health & Human Services's COVID-19 Vaccine page.
For updates from Pasquotank/Camden/Elizabeth City Management, follow them on Facebook.
For an updated NC coronavirus case count, visit North Carolina COVID-19 Case Count.

 

REOPENING SAFELY         EVENTS


Current Status: Modified Phase 3

Phase 3 of easing COVID-19 restrictions began on October 2, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. and has been modified as needed by Governor Cooper due to infection rate numbers. This phase still follows a Safer at Home recommendation, especially for vulnerable populations, while easing some restrictions on other businesses and activities. See below for the current details:

Face coverings are mandatory for all people in public places, ages 5 and over.

Frequently Asked Questions About Phase 3
Frequently Asked Questions About Modified Phase 3
NC COVID-19 Travel Resources
CDC Toolkit for Domestic Travelers


 

 

Support Our Local Businessescouple shopping for jewelry at elizabeth city jewelry store

While mandated closures and reopening guidelines are being followed, local businesses are still working to provide for the community and visitors. Even if you aren't comfortable visiting these businesses in person, consider ordering dinner to-go, shopping online, or even buying a gift card for later to support our local businesses and their employees!

We all have a role to play in keeping our communities safe and healthy. When visiting restaurants, businesses and other public places, you can have a huge impact on the well-being of everyone in our community just by following a few simple guidelines. Take the Count On Me NC pledge and show you’re doing your part to help.

 

Events

As restrictions ease, virtual and live events have resumed in Elizabeth City! For a list of current events and happenings, visit our event calendar. If you need more information, please contact us at 252-335-5330 or info@visitelizabethcity.com.

 

The State's Position on Travel

North Carolina is strongly urging residents and visitors to take precautions relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) when traveling or going in public. These precautions include practicing social distancing, frequent hand washing, and wearing a face covering when out in public. Check out Visit NC's Travel Advisory page for information on  the state of travel in North Carolina.

 

More information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

NC Department of Health and Human Services
NC State Office of Tourism
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

Other Helpful Resources

WHO Protective Measures
CDC Print Resources/Handouts

Google's Coronavirus Information & Resources

 

As the state of the industry and travel in the Elizabeth City area change, we will update this page. Please check back regularly for updates.
 


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